- me when i am mildly inconvenienced: thIS IS THE WORST THING THAT'S EVER HAPPENED TO ME
- me when i am legitimately hurt/distressed: no no it's fine i've had worse
UM OK YOU SEE THAT LITTLE FLESH COLOURED THING POKING OUT OF HER HAIR?? UM YEAH OK AM I SUPPOSED TO BELIEVE THATS THE APEX OF HER FUCKING HEAD BECAUSE THAT IS JUST DOWNRIGHT UNACCEPTABLE. HOW DOES SHE HAVE SUCH A POINTY HEAD I THOUGHT SHE WAS ONE OF THE ONLY CHARACTERS IN THIS GODDAMNED SHOW TO HAVE A SOMEWHAT NORMAL SHAPED HEAD BUT NO I WAS WRONG. JUST LOOK AT THAT ABOMINATION WHAT IS IT WITH HER MOM THAT MAKES HER HAVE SUCH POINTY HEADED CHILDREN WHAT FREAKS OF NATURE
shit gets heated in the phineas and ferb fandom
The difference between A Series of Unfortunate Events and All The Wrong Questions is the difference between gothic literature and noir literature. […]
In gothic literature people are hopeless and lonely, wandering around a landscape, wondering at the sinister mysteries engulfing them, and in noir literature… sometimes they have a drink in their hands while they’re doing that.